Special assistance & disability access
Our facilities are accessible, catering for all members of the community.
If you, or a person you are travelling with has special needs, we'd encourage you to contact us prior to visiting the airport if you have further questions.
Alternatively, our Albury Airport Disability Access Facilitation Plan has information to assist people with a disability or special needs.
Before you travel
Inform your airline or travel agent when making your reservation that you have a disability and the type of assistance you will require for your flight.
Arriving at the Airport
We have a number of designated disabled car parking spaces within the general and secure car parks, as well as the five minute drop-off zone for vehicles displaying a disability parking permit. As it is a private car park, charges apply.
Guide dogs and other assistance animals are welcome in all areas of the terminal building. Check with your airline regarding travel arrangements.
All travellers and visitors, including those with a disability, must undergo security checks. Please advise the screening officer if you have a condition or need for special assistance.
If you are able to walk through the security metal detectors without assistance, no additional provisions will be required. If you use a wheelchair or other form of mobility assistance device, the security officer will scan you with a hand held detector (for privacy, a room adjacent to the screening area is available on request). The assistance device will also need to be screened.
Medical implants, artificial limbs and prosthesis
Passengers are to advise the screening officer of their condition and request separate screening to avoid passing through any machines that may affect them e.g. pacemakers, cochlear implants.